Found February 15, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

Like so many young quarterbacks around the league Josh Freeman took a step backwards in his sophomore season.

As young and up and coming stars they see peaks and valley's, but such a dramatic turn around as Freeman and the Tampa Bay Bucaneers experienced in 2011 can bring questions and attention to the problems.

In 2010 the Tampa Bay Buccaneers barely missed the playoffs finishing 10-6 led by Freeman. His 2010 season was one of the most impressive ever seen by a Tampa quarterback as he completed 61.4% of his passes for 3,451 yards and 25 touchdowns. He also added 364 rushing yards.

2011 was a different story as Freeman regressed like the economy throwing only 16 touchdowns.[...]


Possible free agent CB targets for Buccaneers

Why wait until the draft?The first major milestone of the offseason will be when teams declare if they will use their franchise tag on February 20th.  Many of the top free agent players will be unable to negotiate with other teams because they will receive the franchise tag.The top identified need for the Buccaneers this offseason (both by myself and within One Buccaneer Place)...

Raheem Morris wouldn’t change anything about his time in Tampa

Six weeks after he was fired as head coach of the Buccaneers, Raheem Morris says he has no regrets. Morris said on WDAE in Tampa that he stands by the way he handled his three seasons leading the team. “I wouldn’t change anything about it,” Morris said. You put yourself in a position of power,…

Buccaneers Release Albert Haynesworth

It started with the Washington Redskins, then it moved to the New England Patriots, and now it's being reported that defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has been released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.General manger of the Buccaneers Mark Dominik made the announcement on Wednesday, as he said that he appreciated Haynesworth filling in for seven games after Gerald McCoy was...

Buccaneers release Haynesworth

Buccaneers released DT Albert Haynesworth.

Bucs make official Davis' hiring as special assistant

Veteran center Jeff Faine, who played for Butch Davis with the Cleveland Browns, thinks the newly named special assistant of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers represents a key addition for first-year head coach Greg Schiano.
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